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Love in a Stranger's Arms by Violet Winspear
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Love in a Stranger's Arms

by Violet Winspear

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The big creamy camellias arrived first, and the girl in the hospital bed lay looking at them, vaguely aware of their exotic beauty and yet strangely incurious about who had sent them to her, or even brought them by hand.
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"I am probably everything you never wanted in a man," Don Cortez said firmly. "But fate plays a role in all our lives and whether you wanted me or not, mi vida, you have me."

Arabel was not really shocked by what he had revealed about himself. He had lived and learned and grown rich out of danger. She didn't condemn him for any of that--only for his insistence that she live with him as if she loved him.
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